Amlactin

Last Update February 8, 2016
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Amlactin for Acne

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about a year ago for acne (it worked wonders, by the way),...
| www.keratosispilaris.org
" ...about a year ago for acne (it worked wonders, by the ...some serious drying, I haven't had problems. Just be sure to use an oil free moisturizer as well. I've also had strange results with AmLactin.... "

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ople had great results from using this compared to glytone o...
| www.skincaretalk.com
" ...me a lot with acne. Afterwards, incorporate a lightener. You may wanna use nadinola and for a while and switch to a natural lightener. I am sure you wont forget to use a sunscreen. You could also... "

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out that needed something tougher. So I started Amlactin...
| www.keratosispilaris.org
" My KP is itching lately too and burning but that is from Amlactin. I used Paula's choice along ...maybe I had a bad break out that needed something tougher. So I started Amlactin back up maybe that... "

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and I have moderate-severe back acne and moderate facial...
| www.acne.org
" ...using AHA and I have moderate-severe back acne and moderate facial acne. I started this about two weeks ago on my back and shoulders and have noticed a HUGE difference. Two days ago I started using... "

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my face with the h20 lemon soap cause it helps with acne...
| www.skincaretalk.com
" ...name it. Currently I'm using amlactin in the am for my skin and wash my body with papaya lighten soap from Guesso. I buy all my items from them. For my face the h20 Papya gel tube is the only thing... "

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aking the foot while watching TV and then put on AmLactin a...
| www.inspire.com
" ...for that tool for acne. I've been using a straight pin and keeping the foot clean. Sometimes that helps, but when there are hundreds of pustules it's impossible. This month I started soaking the... "

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a white center. My dermatologist recomended using AmLactin...
| www.keratosispilaris.org
" ...are not red, but rather look like tiny little pimples with a white center. My dermatologist recomended using AmLactin and a buff puff. This does nothing but irritate... "

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one that's severely acne-prone use the amlactin lotion and...
| www.skincaretalk.com
" ...been asked before, but how does one that's severely acne-prone use the amlactin lotion and nadinola extra strength on the face? I... "

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acne isn't as bad as that girls in the clip but I'm scared...
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" My acne isn't as bad as that girls in the clip but I'm scared cuz my older brother had huge cysts .... I'm just tired if looking at my... "

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AP Cons-I was breaking out with tough pimples...
| www.skincaretalk.com
" ...a week KIT Towel once a week on face and body Amlactin every other night Pros-I was lightening,Good SAP Cons-I was breaking out with tough pimples on my face,very dry face... "

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Acne medications
Amlactin
6,642 discussions
Taken for: Acne*, Dry Skin, Keratosis Pilaris
Other names: Lac Hydrin, AmLactin XL, Laclotion, Lac Hydrin Five, Kerasal
Method of use: Ointment
Prescribing mode: OTC
*Off Label
3.5
Satisfaction
3.0
Helpfulness
Glytone
4,630 discussions
Taken for: Acne, Exfoliation, Keratosis Pilaris, Dry Skin
Other names:
3.1
Satisfaction
4.0
Helpfulness
Retin A
111,536 discussions
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Other names: Renova, Avita, Atralin, Refissa, Tretin X
Method of use: Gel, Ointment
Prescribing mode: Rx
3.2
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2.8
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Eucerin
42,769 discussions
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Prescribing mode: OTC
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Method of use: Ointment
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Prescribing mode: OTC
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